Teachers Will Find Tips to Improve Digital Learning for Students on Company’s Website

PORTLAND, Ore. – February 15, 2018 – Learning.com is joining thousands of educators and students nationwide to celebrate Digital Learning Day, February 22, 2018. The national leader in providing digital literacy solutions is showing its support of the power of technology to transform student learning by offering free lesson plans that teachers can use to guide students through learning how to use technology tools and digital resources, such as word processing, electronic presentations and spreadsheets. The lessons are available for download at www.learning.com/digital-learning-day

Digital Learning Day is a national celebration that promotes the importance of creating new learning opportunities for students through the use of technology. In addition to free lesson plans, Learning.com will also feature helpful ideas and tips for teachers to show students how technology supports learning in high school, college and careers.

“Digital Learning Day isn’t just about technology. It is about learning,” said Keith Oelrich, CEO, Learning.com “By integrating technology with core subjects taught daily in the classroom, educators can leverage the power of technology to improve achievement and prepare students for success in school, college and careers.”

Educators can read about more great ways to embrace technology in the classroom in this blog, by Kirk Greiner, senior vice president of marketing and product strategy at Learning.com: http://www.learning.com/news/the-office-and-the-digital-native

About Learning.com
Learning.com is a national leader in providing digital literacy solutions that help prepare students for online assessments, school, college, and their future careers. The company offers a complete digital literacy curriculum for grades K-8 that engages students as they develop critical skills such as keyboarding, business applications, online safety, computational thinking, and coding. Founded in 1999, Learning.com currently partners with one in six U.S. school districts and serves more than 4 million students each year. The company has earned more than 30 industry awards, including ISTE 2017 Best of Show, 2017 Award of Excellence from “Tech & Learning Magazine” and “The Oregonian’s Top Workplace” for 2017 and 2016.

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